The Meaning of Life with Sarbel
by Marylebone Music Festival
22 June 2017 from 8pm to 10.30pm
The Koppel Project Baker Street
On the occasion of Marylebone Music Festival 2017, The Koppel Project hosts an evening of full immersion of music.
The event will start with a concert performance by leading Oud Virtuoso, composer and 3rd time ARIA Award winner Joseph Tawadros, and will be followed by an acoustic concert by the Sony artist and Greek Eurovision singer finalist Sarbel.
Tickets £20 / Under 16s £5. Please RSVP here.
Born in Cairo in 1983, Joseph Tawadros has established himself as one the world’s leading oud performers and composers, proclaimed internationally as “a master of his field” (Agaz-Smitz). A virtuoso of amazing diversity and sensitivity, Joseph regularly appears in concert halls worldwide, dazzling audiences with his brilliant technique, his passionate musicianship and his joyous style of performance.
Sarbel Michael (b. in 1982) is a Cypriot singer of half Lebanese origin. Born and raised in London. At age 21 he was signed up by Sony on a six year recording Contract and at the age of 22 he hit the Greek, Cypriot, and Arabic music scene and is a very popular singer. He is currently living in Greece and travels frequently to London and Lebanon.
MARYLEBONE MUSIC FESTIVAL
This year, Marylebone Music Festival will run from 21st to 25th June 2017, reviving the spirit of the Marylebone Pleasure Gardens that existed over 240 years ago.
In 1737 Daniel Gough, landlord of the Rose Tavern, opened the inaugural Marylebone Pleasure Gardens. Nearly three centuries later, all three of us are delighted to have revived the music and spirit of the Marylebone Pleasure Gardens, which closed in 1776.